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發言主題: 本週六(11/4)中午12:00-2:00藍調大師講座 MSN: 保密中
發言日期: 2006/10/31 發言姓名: 站長 E-MAIL: 保密中 點看次數: 3103
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台灣十孔口琴愛好者俱樂部將舉辦由Matt Kelly主講的研習課程,Matt曾經參與許多傑出的口琴演出,這是一個與大師面對面學習的絕佳機會。此次的研習課程將在黃石樂器舉辦,地址為台北市大安區復興南路二段343號3樓﹐時間為11月4日中午12點至2點,參加的費用每人150元(會員優待120元)﹐可在當天繳交。此次研習課程歡迎所有人一同參與,如果你有朋友對口琴有興趣,也請邀請他們一起參加。

以下是由Matt提供的研習課程大綱,希望能見到大家的參與。

賀達仁


音質、個人化的吹奏、口琴錄音技巧

Matthew Kelly與大家分享30年身為專業音樂人、作者、錄音師的經驗,增進你口琴的音質,找出你個人獨特的聲音。Matthew的格言「音質90%來自你獨特的聲音」是研習課程的第一個重點,他會告訴大家如何以各種方法運用頭及身體的輔助來產生共鳴及最佳音質,使你能夠吹奏出許多有名的口琴演奏者的音質,進而開始創造自己獨特的聲音。他將說明如何在口琴錄音或透過麥克風時時達到最佳效果的技巧。

The Taiwan 10-Hole Club will be offering a seminar by Matt Kelly. Matt has
played harmonica with some of the finest performers in the industry. This
is a great opportunity for our members to learn from an accomplished
performer. The seminar will be held at the Yellowstone Harmonica Center,
3rd Floor, No. 343, Sec. 2, Fu Hsing South Rd., Taipei.

The Seminar will be held from 12pm-2pm Saturday Nov. 4th. There will be a
very small nominal fee per person, which can be paid when you arrive for the
class. Everyone is welcome, so if you have any friends interested in
harmonica, invite them.

Here is a pamphlet that Matt has provided us, outlining his 10-hole
harmonica seminar. I hope to see many of you there.


Tone,Your Sound,Amplifying and Recording The Harmonica

Matthew Kelly shares his 30 plus years experience,as a professional
touring musician,song writer,recording artist and record
producer,to improve your tone,find your sound plus amplifying and
recording your harmonica.

Matthew's statement "Tone is 90% of your sound!" is the starting
point of his seminar. He will show you the proper and different
ways to use your head and body, to produce the resonance and timbre,
enabling you to reproduce the tones and sounds of some of your
favorite Harmonica players, and direction to start work on creating
your own sound. He will explain how to preserve and enhance your
tone and personal sound when amplifying and recording the
Harmonica.




mathhew kelly這次來臺主要是參與以下的活動...有興趣的伙伴不坊去欣賞

第三屆Blues Bash將在11月4、5日於汐止夢想社區舉辦,同時有國際及台灣的演出者參與。來自國外的表演者包括:
Shun Kikuta-傑出的吉他演奏者,曾經與James Cotton與Koko Taylor合作,我在去年有看到他的演出,非常棒!
Matthew Kelly-口琴演奏者與錄音師,曾與John Lee Hooker(Grateful Dead and Kingfish)合作。此次Matt將有一個口琴技巧的研習課程,別錯過了與專業十孔口琴大師學習的機會。
Gabriel Gratzer-來自阿根廷的鄉村藍調樂手
Joel Blumbert-傳統藍調吉他演奏者
Dave Foster-來自南非的歌手及音樂創作者
Ken 'The Snowman' Minahan,-國際藍調音樂大賽優勝者
台灣的演出者則包括BoPoMoFo, Boogie Chillin'、 David Chen & the Muddy Basin Ramblers、Black Sheep、 Blues Vibrations、The Kenyatta Trio 以及許多優秀音樂人。
如果需要關於演出者、如何參與等更詳細的資訊,請至以下網站www.bsot-bluesbash.info







回覆主題: Matthew kelly的簡介 MSN: 保密中
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Matthew Kelly is one the most important musicians to come out of the Bay Area music scene in the last 30 years. His contributions on harp, guitar, and vocals are only matched by his songwriting and presence on the scene. He personifies the meeting place between real American blues and the San Francisco sound.
Following is a detailed bio of Matthew Kelly KINGFISH
Sundown on the Forest
Matthew Kelly Bio
The Band
Tour Dates
Matthew Kelly's Discograhpy


There is no doubt that having been in the midst of the San Francisco Bay Area music scene during the late '60's and early 70's was, from a creative and musical point of view, the most innovative, inspiring and exciting place that an aspiring young musician could hope to be. It was here in this truly impressive and incredibly inspirational environment that Matthew Kelly, a harp player, singer, guitarist and songwriter began to hone down his unique style of playing and develop his own characteristic and personalized approach to music.
In the beginning Kelly was deeply influenced by the blues, long before this superb American art form was in vogue or fashionable. One of Kelly's most notable early achievements was his long time association and intimate musical connection to many of the legendary and great blues players of our time. Kelly had the exceptionally good fortune to have played and worked with such renown artists as T-Bone Walker, John Lee Hooker, Mel Brown, Brownie McGhee, Champion Jack Dupree and many others. It was, however, his strong ties with T-Bone that made the biggest impression on him. The two musicians grew very close and played together right up until T-Bone's passing in the early 1970's. Today, T-Bone is considered to be the real Father of the Blues and recognized as having been perhaps the greatest of all. It was during this period that Kelly received his real musical education. It served him well as he toured the country from coast-to-coast playing in what was euphemistically referred to as the "chitlin circuit" of all black night clubs; a sub-culture totally unfamiliar to most whites. Most of the time, Kelly was the only white person in the club.

Finally, after a short stint of playing the after hours clubs on Bourbon street, Kelly got a yearning for his roots back in California and headed west where he reconnected with many of the people who would later be instrumental in building the foundation of Kingfish. Many bands preceded that and as the Grateful Dead were gathering steam in the Haight-Ashbury San Francisco area, Matthew Kelly, David Torbert, Chris Herold and Robbie Hoddinott, all original Kingfish members were creating quite a stir in their own right, in the South Bay area psychedelic music scene. The four musicians went through several bands together and eventually split up after a number of different incarnations when Kelly went to England to see what it had to offer. Almost immediately, Kelly found a record deal with manager Tony Barrow, one of the Beatles' first managers. The band was called Gospel Oak. It was original, raw and a bit loose, but it somehow caught on in the London scene. Just as the record was being released the label signed a new artist, one Elton John, to be precise, and Gospel Oak full by the wayside to the status of a cult band and soon disbanded. Kelly, never one to be easily disheartened (perhaps the folly of youth) landed a gig touring with another of his heroes, the legendary Champion Jack DuPree. For Kelly, this was another opportunity to learn at the feet of one of the masters of the blues. He played with Champion Jack for several months until British beauracracy and lack of a work permit made it impossible for Matthew to remain in England.

Somewhat disenchanted, Kelly returned once again to his home base in California. In his absence, his old friend and musical cohort David Torbert joined the "New Riders of the Purple Sage", with Jerry Garcia on pedal steel. Eventually Kelly became a regular sit-in on harp and the New Riders soon became the established opening act for the Grateful Dead for many years to follow. It was also at this time that Kelly reconnected with his longtime boyhood pal, Bob Weir. Weir and Kelly had grown up together in the Bay Area and both, being of a somewhat rebellious nature, managed to get themselves ousted from the same private prep school.

Finally Torbert decided to quit the New Riders to start Kingfish with Kelly. Both partners realized that this was a risky move, but firm resolution, hard work, good song writing and an inordinate number of gigs paid off, as the band quickly gathered up momentum. After a year of extensive touring, Weir started to sit-in with the band. Shortly thereafter Weir became a full-time member. The band took off immediately and created a lot of excitement both with the fans and within the industry. Kelly and Torbert had already written many of the songs that were later to become Kingfish classics such as "Hypnotize" and "Goodbye year Honor" and Weir pitched in with tunes such as "Lazy Lightning" and "Supplication". After the release of their first LP, it became obvious that this impetuous young band, Kingfish, had created a very exciting new sound.

After their two year hiatus, Bob Weir rejoined the Grateful Dead. Kingfish, on it's own again, signed a record deal with Electric Light Orchestra's label, Jet Records. Kingfish, continuing to expand it's horizons, proceeded to tour both Europe and the USA extensively as the opening act for the Electric Light Orchestra and later for Ritchie Blackmore's "Rainbow". And so it went right up until the present with Kingfish constantly experimenting with new players and new material.

Throughout all its various transmutations, Kingfish maintained its musical integrity and has always had the very best of the Bay Area musicians come through its ranks. Outstanding guitar players such as Robbie Hoddinott (the boy prodigy), Garth Webber (later to play with Miles Davis), Steve Kimock (the Other Ones, Zero) have all graced Kingfish with their presence and their talents over the years.

During this era with Kingfish, Kelly also played, both on stage and on record, with the Grateful Dead, and was a member of Bob Weir's Bobby and the Midnites. Along with Jay Lane, Rob Wasserman and Bob Weir, Matthew was one of the founding members of Ratdog.

Kelly has been the one consistent mainstay of Kingfish throughout the years. He managed to keep things together year after year and always managed to keep the music rolling in spite of many setbacks and tragic occurrences throughout the band's twenty-five year history. * see notes

Throughout all this, and in spite of it, the band has continued to grow, expand and prosper in a fruitful and positive way. Like the Phoenix rising up from the ashes, renewed and replenished, Kingfish has persevered, with Kelly ever present in it's ranks. He has gently guided the band towards completing a piece of work which is most assuredly it's greatest accomplishment to date: Sundown on the Forest. The most significant work that Kingfish has produced, Sundown on the Forest encompasses new material, great lyrics, and superb production while capturing the roots and feel of the classic Kingfish sound. It has it's own fresh and original appeal as well generating a spectacular feeling of real excitement.

As one astute young man observed, "This is Matthew Kelly's opus". And so it is.

* Notes:
1. The quite unexpected death of original Kingfish member, keyboard player Mick Ward who died in a car accident in 1973.
2. Tragic death of co-founder David Torbert who died of a heart attack in 1983.
3. Untimely death of keyboard player David Merrill who died in a car crash in 1986 while returning home from last date of Kingfish's Colorado tour.

誰有空幫忙翻一下吧~~~thanks!!

回覆主題: 第三屆Blues Bash活動流程 MSN: 保密中
回覆日期: 2006/10/31 下午 05:40:33 回覆姓名: 站長 E-MAIL: 保密中
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11/4 Saturday

3:00~3:10 Welcome statements; intros (DCR, MCs)

3:10~3:40 Anglers

3:40~3:50 MCs

3:50~4:20 Blues Vibrations

4:20~4:30 MCs

4:30~5:00 Black Sheep

5:00~5:10 MCs

5:10~5:40 BoPoMoFo

5:40~5:50 MCs

5:50~6:50 special guests - TBA

6:50~7:00 MCs

7:00~8:00 Ken &the Snowman* Minahan

8:00~8:10 MCs

8:10~9:10 Shun Kikuta



11/5 Sunday

3:00~3:10 Welcome statements; intros (DCR, MC*s)

3:10~3:40 Kenyatta Trio

3:40~3:50 MCs

3:50~4:20 Muddy Basin Ramblers

4:20~4:30 MCs

4:30~5:15 Boogie Chillin*

5:15~5:25 MCs

5:25~5:55 the Dave Foster Band

5:55~6:05 MCs

6:05~7:05 Joel Blumert

7:05~7:15 MCs

7:15~8:15 Matthew Kelly

8:15~8:30 MCs Yamaha Guitar Raffle

8:30~9:00 Grand Finale Blues Jamm

Hope that I'll see you all there.
Harp On,
Darren

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在台北阿 ˊˋ

好遠 @@"

而且好便宜 @@" 真想去 ˊˋ

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有一些關於Matt
Kelly的研習課程訊息要告訴大家,課程的時間是11月4日中午12點,請至少攜帶一個C階的口琴。在課程中Matt會教大家使用喇叭的技巧,因此如果可以把麥克風與喇叭帶來會更好。參加的費用是NT150元,希望大家都能熱情參與!


賀達仁

 
 

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